Innovation In Health Industry Will Come From Middle America, Silicon Valley Investor Says
While Silicon Valley will play a role in the coming years, Steve Case, an AOL co-founder-turned-health care executive and investor, says he's also watching places like Pittsburgh and Nashville.
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Silicon Valley startups and Washington policymakers get a lot of credit for driving health care innovation. Steve Case thinks they're getting too much. "Silicon Valley's going to play an important role. I think the D.C. area is going to play an important role," Case told POLITICO's "Pulse Check" podcast. But, he said, "a lot of the innovation in health care is going to be in the middle of the country, because some of the most important institutions in health care are in the middle of the country." (Diamond, 12/22)